Islamabad: According to some recent news reported, the Japanese government has declared its decision to provide funds worth 19 million US Dollars to install weather surveillance radar facility in the city of Sukkur.
In the details revealed, several of these facilities have already experienced up-gradation in Islamabad and Karachi. Another project, for which the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has agreed to provide the funds, will be established in the city of Multan.
To provide this means the JICA’s Chief Representative in Pakistan, Furuta Shigeki and the Economic Affairs Division Joint Secretary Syeda Adeela Bokhari have signed the grant agreement on the execution of the project.
The said service will be developed in Sukkur to bridge the gap for weather surveillance in an offer to cover 90% of the country. This radar is expected to contribute to the qualification of damages caused by natural and hydro-meteorological disasters.
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